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The Accelerated Program is a category of classes rather than an actual class itself. The Accelerated Program course path consists of taking 8 sequential classes, E010 through E080. The main feature of the Accelerated Program is its frequency: students attend class four days a week, Monday through Thursday, for two hours each day. Therefore, the eight classes within the Accelerated Program can be completed in one year.
The Intensive Program is a category of classes rather than an actual class itself. The Intensive Program course path consists of taking 8 sequential classes, E010 through E080. The main feature of the Intensive Program is its frequency: students attend class one day a week for four hours each day, ANY day of the week. Therefore, the eight classes within the Intensive Program can be completed in one year.
The HAI Young Adults Program is appropriate for youthful students who want to learn English in an engaging, dynamic setting. Geared for young adults ages 10 through 16, there are two variations to choose from, depending on the time of year. During non-summer months, there is the Saturday Young Adults program which offers a 3-hour class every Saturday. During summer months, there is a Summer Weekday Young Adults program.
The Introduction to the Computer class offers hands-on instruction and practice. Learn your way around the Internet, and learn how to use Microsoft Word, Publisher, and Excel. Many class times are offered to fit a variety of schedules. This class is completed in 6 months.
The certificate class Listening & Speaking 210 not only picks up where the previous class left off, it features documentaries, movies, live programs, and games. This is a very interactive class, and fun, too!
The Listening and Speaking 210 program uses the Inside Listening & Speaking textbook.
The English for Tourism course is a nine-month program designed to hone the English skills of the students in the hospitality sector.
The program covers the basics in the first three months with the textbook EVERYDAY ENGLISH FOR HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONALS; the ENGLISH FOR TOURISM book is used for the next six months in the Intermediate and Advanced levels.
At the end of the program, the best students may be selected for hands-on training sessions in the United States, made possible by a partnership between the Haitian-American Institute and Frenchman’s Creek Beach and Country Club in Florida.
If you are a student in a hotel school or an employee in a hotel, this English course will be of great benefit to your continued mastery of the English language.
In the American History class, English is taught with a special emphasis on the key people and events that shaped American history. This emphasis on history provides an anchor around which to learn and apply English language skills. This can be a very helpful technique in learning a second language as it provides a source of interest and stimulation all with the goal of increasing knowledge.
In this American Culture and Communication class, English is taught with a special emphasis on the the current events, people and trends that shape North America. This emphasis on culture provides an anchor around which to learn and apply English language skills. This can be a very helpful–and fun!–technique in learning a second language as it provides a source of interest and stimulation all with the goal of increasing knowledge.